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Originally posted by twitchy
Roark considering the size and proportions of the WTC tower complex, yes, a footprint collapse. Nice try though, some pictures of leaning post-collapse rubble really shows the trivality of arguing with you on the WTC Demolition. Damn the explosions, full speed ahead.
No explosives used
Planes caused structural damage causing the collapses
'Quick fall' rate explained
Disclaimer No. 4
NIST takes no position as to whether the design or construction of a WTC building was compliant with any code
since, due to the destruction of the WTC buildings, NIST could not verify the actual (or as-built) construction, the
properties and condition of the materials used, or changes to the original construction made over the life of the
However, the reader should keep in mind that the building and the records kept within it were destroyed,
and the remains of the towers were disposed of before congressional action and funding was available for
this Investigation to begin.
The insulation was
knocked off nearly all the core columns and over a 40 ft width of floor trusses from the south end of the
core to the south face of the tower.
Less than 15 percent of the jet fuel burned in the spray cloud inside the building. A roughly comparable
amount was consumed in the fireballs outside the building.
Originally posted by fastfingersfunk
there is not a single piece of evidence or even a substantiated theory which provides proof of demolitions.
don't you know, the truthers only ask questions, they can't answer them with any competency.
Originally posted by svenglezz
Plus how would the "connections" be done???? If this was the case and they did have TNT (pre-planned) in the structure.....the planes crashing into the structure would "server" the lines connecting the TNT ....ever watch show's on TV that show "demolition" many times' they press the "button" and nothing happens.
Y'r Canadian friend,